Did you know a baby is born with 22 bones in the foot, increasing to 26 by the age of five? This shows exactly how your baby’s feet are developing and growing every day – meaning the importance of the right shoes is a key foundation for healthy foot development.
Read on to find out all you need to know about choosing shoes for tiny feet, from the newborn phase right through to your child’s first proper walking shoes.
Posted in Baby, Being a mum, Development, Mums Community, Parenting, Shopping
Tagged babies, baby shoes, parenting, parenting blog, Skeanie Shoes, toddlers
Let’s face it, the weather’s not been brilliant. And, unfortunately, the forecast for the rest of the summer doesn’t look much better. So what’s the best way to spend a rainy day at home with young children, without them feeling cooped up, bored and frustrated? Read on for a round-up of some of our favourite ideas.
Posted in Baby, Kids Craft, Parenting, Play and craft
Tagged Child indoor play, Children activities, children at home, messy play, parenting, playdough, rainy day activities, Rainy Day Child Play, Rainy Day for Children, sensory play, toddlers, Young toddlers
As Jubilee fever sweeps across the UK, we thought we’d join the excitement with some simple, fun and easy ways to make the most of this special weekend with toddlers. Each of one aims to build on the wonderful atmosphere and help our youngsters understand and enjoy it too. From crafting to throwing your own party – we’ve got it covered!
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Tagged babies, crafting, development, Jubilee, jubilee crafts, parenting, pre-school children, toddler, toddlers, toddlers fun